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... patient receiving chemo after surgery. ... (6 replies)
... I have been reading comments from others about this type of surgery before and after my surgery. While I was worried and concerned about mobility issues, and a positive outcome, I am finally starting to see that my recovery is right on time. ... (0 replies)
... I am a mother with an 18 month old toddler. I have a helpful, wonderful husband but we both work. Right after the surgery my son will be able to go to day care during the day while I recuperate at home. My husband will drop him off and pick him up. ... (2 replies)

... Here I am posting for the first time after lurking for the last few weeks..... ... (9 replies)
... not in the tub but sitting on the floor in the bathroom. And as far as the shower goes, I was unable to use it for a long time even after my first surgery because of the balance issues. THe tub was just easier. I got really fast with it. ... (9 replies)
... I basically did not leave my house, except to go out on the deck, for the first 2 weeks. After that, I really kept close to home for the next few weeks except to go to PT or to short trips that were absolutely necessary. ... (9 replies)
... and down, or activities which demand more of the foot, those just have to wait till I feel better. Some people said the last part takes about another month or so after your 'healing' period. ... (41 replies)
... If you were just having one foot done, I'd stay you would be absolutely fine on your own after 2 weeks. But with both...? ... (6 replies)
... en increasing every day. Tomorrow is three weeks for me, and it seems like it's flown by. The worst part is not driving. I am guessing I will be able to drive after my appt. Wednesday. ... (13 replies)
... Well, I'm 10 days away from my first bunionectomy and I'm in the process of getting my scripts filled, my ice packs bought and books reserved at the library. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, I'm Linda, I was reading the message boards with interest. 6 wks ago now I had my second (yes, second) lapidus done on my right foot, the first one being done last May, (with non union) This time round I had bone taken from my hip and put into my foot with a plate and 2 screws. I was in a plastercast for 2 wks and then that was removed and stitches taken out and a... (10 replies)
... days to three weeks to fully get rid of the fungus, even though it has gotten better. Athlete's foot can return, you need to keep your foot dry as possible and after bathing, be sure to dry between the toes. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the info. Good Luck on Friday :) , Susie (9 replies)
... ith the constant, even pressure on the site. My scars, 1.5 years later, are almost invisible, flat and smooth and colourless. And you can start using them months after the fact. Great stuff. I'm going to buy some for my surgery on Friday. Probably start using them at the 4 week mark. ... (9 replies)
... c I had a double bunionectomy performed 2 weeks ago. ... (4 replies)
... Wish I had cut my long hair! It bothered me a great deal that my hair was greasy for the first 2 days after the surgery. One good thing I did though was I washed my hair twice with just shampoo and no conditioner. ... (26 replies)
... I am able to do a fair amount of walking in gym shoes after less than three weeks. ... (19 replies)
... How yucky is the bandage after two weeks? ... (32 replies)
... and keep bathing the same way except that now I can soak in epson salt. He also gave me a pair of Jacoby Bunion splints to wear at night. ... (1 replies)
... I will join your ranks the day after tomorrow. ... (119 replies)

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